Khronos Group News Archives

Learning WebGL Appoints Tony Parisi Editor-in-Chief

Learning WebGL, a leading site for learning browser-based 3D programming, today announced that it has appointed Tony Parisi as Editor-in-Chief. Giles Thomas, site creator has been named Editor Emeritus, in recognition for his pioneering efforts developing an invaluable educational destination for WebGL. Read More

Shaderific now with camera support, face detection, movie textures and video capture

Shaderific version 3.0 now available. Shaderific is an educational app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch that makes it possible to write, compile and test OpenGL ES 2.0 shader programs directly on any iOS device. Version 3.0 adds camera support, face detection, movie textures and video capture. Video frames provided by the built-in camera as well as movie files can be used as dynamic textures. Automatic face detection provides shader programs with access to a new uniform array containing the bounding rectangles of up to five faces. Furthermore, it is now possible to record a video of the ongoing rendering session and the video is automatically exported to the photo library. Read More

OpenCL Training from Accelereyes

AccelerEyes provides advanced GPU training lectures and hands-on practicums. In a matter of days, you and your team will become proficient in state-of-the-art GPU programming techniques. Read More

The GPGPU Continuum on April 25th 2013 in Haifa

The GPGPU Continuum from mWatts to peta flops workshop addresses the current and future challenges of the GPGPU community. This workshop aims to address two important directions of future GPGPU based systems: at the high-end, it will focus on using GPUs as part of clusters, clouds, compute farms, etc., that aim to achieve peta flops of computations. At the low-end, it will focus on using GPUs as part of mobile devices, which limits the power consumption of the GPU to mWatts. We conclude the workshop with a panel discussion on the differences and similarities and on the challenges each domain faces. Read More

Altera to demo video streaming and processing using OpenCL at NAB

Altera will demo live video streaming using OpenCL, and real-time video processing such as Sobel edge-detection and image manipulation, all coded in OpenCL software and running on Altera FPGAs. In addition, this demo uses an Altera’s Nios II soft processor, and enables the power of OpenCL in embedded applications by removing the need for external processor or host server machine. Read More

Adobe Premiere Pro on Windows to boast OpenCL support

AMD and Adobe have teamed up to bring support for OpenCL to Windows with the upcoming release of Adobe Premier Pro. This marks the first time Microsoft's OS has been had hardware-accelerated video editing using OpenCL, and exporting video from source to final format can now be achieved up to 4.3 times faster. Read More

Rayscribe beta available to build and deploy HTML5/WebGL applications in the cloud

Rayscribe offers a unique end-to-end browser based solution to build and deploy HTML5/WebGL applications in the cloud. Using stories, layers and scripting, users can create a wide range of interactive applications. Highlights include: Fully browser based, no plugins, no downloads required; Project collaboration; Easy to use Scene and UI Composers; Resource editor for HTML templates/CSS/Javascript/Audio/Video/Shader; Model management and Preview and one click publish. We hope users will enjoy creating WebGL based applications using Rayscribe. Read More

Intel releases conformant OpenCL 1.2 driver and Developer Kit 2013

The new Intel SDK for OpenCL Applications 2013 extends Intel’s OpenCL support to include a certified OpenCL* 1.2 driver for 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics running Microsoft Windows 7* and 8* operating systems. It also provides developers with the ability to simultaneously utilize the compute resources of both the Intel® CPU and Intel HD Graphics. The new driver and the supporting developer kit promise better performance and improved battery life from the combination of OpenCL general purpose programing coupled with the hardware acceleration capability of Intel HD Graphics on low-power Intel Core platforms. Read More

SC13 papers due April 5th

The Technical Papers Program at SC is the leading venue for presenting the highest-quality original research, from the foundations of HPC to its emerging frontiers. Papers presented at SC have to pass a high bar – only 21% of submissions were accepted for SC12. Abstract submissions are due April 5th and full submissions are due no later than April 12th 2013. The SC13 call for papers is available in PDF format as well. Read More

CogniVue Endorses Open Standard for Computer Vision by Joining the Khronos Group

As part of its ongoing enablement of embedded vision, CogniVue Corporation announces joining the Khronos Group as a Contributing Member. CogniVue is strategically focused on aligning its Image Cognition Processor (ICP) core IP products with OpenCL. CogniVue’s ICP technology is based on APEX, CogniVue’s innovative massively parallel SIMD-MIMD processing architecture, specifically geared to drive new levels of vision performance per area per power. Read More

Intel to give HD4000 a performance boost with OpenCL 1.2

New drivers for Intel's Ivy Bridge-based third-generation Core processors brings support for OpenCL 1.2 general-purpose GPU (GPGPU) language and a 10 percent performance boost. The HD4000 is the GPU found in Intel's Ivy Bridge-based third-generation Core processors. Read More

Mozilla making the Web a gaming platform with Unreal 3 engine in a browser

Mozilla is investing in Firefox OS which explains why the company has been working on WebGL, in order to bring 3D graphics to the browser, Emscripten, a tool for compiling C++ applications into JavaScript, and asm.js, a high performance subset of JavaScript. Mozilla also announced at GDC that it has been working with Epic Games to port the Unreal 3 engine to the Web. Read More

WebCL Q&A with Adrien Plagnol and Frédéric Langlade-Bellone

Streamcomputing is featuring a Q&A about two developers from Lyon France, Adrien Plagnol and Frédéric Langlade-Bellone, who received a fair amount of attention for their WebCL plugin. Read More

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